Kai Kristiansen

Kai Kristiansen

Kai Kristiansen (1929) graduated as a carpenter in 1949 and completed his studies at the Academy of Arts in 1950, where he was taught by Kaare Klint. Kai Kristiansen is especially known for his furniture designs in teak and rosewood such as dining chairs, bookcase systems and desks. Kai Kristiansen had his own drawing room since 1955, where he worked with several acknowledged furniture manufacturers such as Fritz Hansen, Fornem Møbelkunst and Magnus Olesen. Despite good business partners, the productions of some of Kai Kristiansen's designs stopped, due to the fact that they were too difficult to produce. Nevertheless, Kai Kristiansen is recognized as one of the most talented Scandinavians in the 20th century.

Kai Kristiansen, FM storage system in rosewood
Shelves and Wall Units
FM storage system in rosewood by Kai Kristiansen
Shelves and Wall Units
Kai Kristiansen crezenda / low board solid oak
Sideboards
Kai Kristiansen, bedside tables
Sideboards
Kai Kristiansen, bedside tables
3.758 EUR / 4.550 USD
Kai Kristiansen, Dining table, Teak
Dining Tables
Kai Kristiansen, Entry Chest, Rosewood
Cabinets & Chests
Kai Kristiansen, Set of four dining chairs in teak
Side & Dining Chairs
Kai Kristiansen, FM-shelving system, Rosewood
Shelves and Wall Units
Kai Kristiansen, Model 31, Six dining room chairs
Side & Dining Chairs
Kai Kristiansen, Easy chair, Teak
Lounge & Armchairs
Kai Kristiansen, Easy chair, Teak
1.925 EUR / 2.330 USD
 Kai Kristiansen, Pair of easy chairs, Teak
Lounge & Armchairs
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